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    Dancing at Lughnasa - now on sale
    One of the most acclaimed plays by Ireland's greatest living playwright, Dancing at Lughnasa, arrives at the Lyric later this year.

    Only three days left to benefit from our early bird discount of 15%
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    ★★★★ - The Sunday Times

    ★★★★ - The Irish Times

    ★★★★ - The Stage

    ★★★★ - The Public Reviews
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    Spring/Summer 2015
    The very best of local writing, production and performance talent - from the return of much loved Belfast playwrights to exciting new work, contemporary and traditional music. Our new season has something for everyone.
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    Lyric Win 4 Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards
    Northern Irish theatre was celebrating last night as the Lyric took four of the available 12 judges' awards at the annual Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards in Dublin.
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    See how we've been doing...
    Read the recent two year review of the theatre's activities online now.

THE SHADOW OF A GUNMAN

Sean O’Casey’s masterpiece The Shadow of a Gunman has long been seen as an established national treasure.  In this vibrant and poignant classic comedy, Donal Davoren wrestles with his poetry as he struggles to find peace in a crowded Dublin tenement. Outside, Ireland descends into a vicious guerrilla war.

This new production - the first Gunman at the Lyric for 10 years - is directed by Wayne Jordan and stars award-winning Mark O’Halloran (Adam and Paul, Calvary), Amy McAllister (Philomena) and Dan Gordon (Give My Head Peace, A Night in November), who returns to the Lyric for the first time since directing Mistletoe and Crime.

★★★★ - The Sunday Times

★★★★ – The Irish Times
 
‘A stylish and timely revival of an Irish classic' 
★★★★ – The Stage
 
‘A play of yesterday becomes a drama of today’ – Belfast Telegraph

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The Lyric is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern
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